I have found the following while typing Julia code in Atom - Juno.
If a statement has a comment in the same line with the words: for, function, while
Then it will incorrectly indent the next line.
See code block below
#-- demonstrate indention bug in .jl files within Atom - Juno IDE
a = 1
#-- words ( for while function if begin ) in comment lines
#-- these words when not in a comment should cause indention
#-- these words in a comment line by itself do not indent (correct)
#-- these words in a comment at end of a statement cause indention (incorrect)
uu = 4
#-- the word for does not cause an indention. (correct)
y = 7
c = 3 #-- the word for causes indention. (incorrect)
d = 4 #-- bland comment
e = 5 #-- the word function causes indention. (incorrect)
t = 6 #-- the word for causes indention. (incorrect)
a1 = 7 #-- bland comment
a2 = 8 # word begin
d = 4 # word if
cowboy = 9
I have created an issue on Github for Atom.